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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

The Overnightscape 852: In The Dwarvish Mines (1/25/12)

1:32:59 – Valkyrie in the dwarvish mines, arch-lich, NetHack, The National, the salted caramel food trend, chocolate-covered salt, salted caramel donuts, unhelpful customer service, Perez Hilton on WWE, pop-topping, canning issues, OTB, Pari-Mutuel Betting, casino gambling, horse racing, Luck, PlayStation Home casino, cyberspace dreams, Ready Player One, Portlandia, Sleater-Kinney, the next day at the bus stop, fell asleep in my chair, celebrity dreams, Alcatraz, time travel bargain shopping, bus queue hassles, American Dream, The Pinball Arcade, WWW, inefficient bureaucracy, Bryant Park, computer virus, synthesizers, Kaossilator 2, Arturia Minibrute, analog vs. digital, piano lessons, Piranha Kid, guarding, superhero sidekicks, E-ZPass, Garden State Parkway signs, South of the Border, color TV sale, Dig Inn, beware of L-cysteine, coffee making, deck of cards, Dig Inn, depressed people staring at me, American Idol, Jane Carrey, Jim Carrey, cult advertising, and mind control. F1780

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posted by Frank at 5:40 pm filed in Frank,Jan12  


  1. Looks like a good one. Can’t wait to listen.

    Comment by J. Wiz — January 25, 2012 @ 5:50 pm

  2. Was Brenden Behan an early Rampler? Check out this article.

    Comment by J. Wiz — January 28, 2012 @ 9:22 am

  3. Btw well done second thinking on ABMS and taking action on it that took gumption.

    Comment by Eddie — January 28, 2012 @ 6:16 pm

  4. Actually think you where a bit hard on the coffe maker people. Though the response you quoted sounded a bit poorly crafted (written a bit too fast by a non-native English speaker maybe?) I would interpret it to mean that the sticker should indeed be present on all new machines shipped from them and if it’s missing you need to discuss it with the store. Didn’t sound like a form letter anyway. I’ve seen a lot worse, like one support ticket I had with a company about a certain utility they provided not working properly under 64 bit Windows 7 and re-installing didn’t help, and they initially responded with a step-by-step guide on how to re-install it on a MAC…

    Comment by Jan Erik — February 6, 2012 @ 3:22 pm

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